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Educational Outreach

The Engineering Society of Baltimore and its associate societies maintain extensive programs to further engineering education. Whether at the K-12, secondary school, college or professional level, there are programs available to support educational needs.

The ESB offers scholarships and loans through the Engineers Club Education Foundation.

Did you know?

THE ENGINEERING SOCIETY OF BALTIMORE is the cultural capital for Engineering in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. The Engineers Club of Baltimore was started just a year after the devastating fire of Baltimore in 1904, as a way to develop standards and share information for the subsequent rebuilding of the city. Carrying on the tradition, the ESB has been instrumental in educating countless professionals for half a century. The ESB, housed in the Garrett Jacobs Mansion, is the meeting place for engineering interests in the city and surrounding area.